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Local women in beauty to support now!

While you’re showing up for Connie, here are a few other powerful local beauty brands you could check out. This new found interest in helping locals is beautiful so we thought we would recommend 4 other women in cosmetics that you should consider supporting.

Pearl Thusi

Pearl Thusi – Black Pearl

Back in 2015, Pearl Thusi partnered up with Ntombenhle Khathwane who owns Afro Botanics to release a range of hair care products for the natural hair of women of colour. The range is 100% natural and can be purchased at Clicks and Game stores.

Azania Mosaka

Azania Mosaka, Ego Iwegbu and Linda Jangulo – MSLondon Mineral Cosmetics

The owners of the Miss Salon London expanded their business in 2016 to include a range of mineral makeup. According to their site, MSLondon Mineral Cosmetics combines innovative thinking and years of a precision formulation to create the world’s purest cosmetic products. The products are available in all their stores and online.

 Mummy Mthembu-Fawkes

Mummy Mthembu-Fawkes – Earthy Haircare

Earthy Haircare is a brand founded by Soweto native, Mummy Mthembu-Fawkes, who had grown up struggling to maintain her hair. She wanted nothing more than a big beautiful afro but had failed to grow and maintain one. Due to the pressure of a corporate environment in her younger years, she relaxed her hair to improve its appearance and make her hair more manageable but she hated every second of it. One day, she left her job as a senior accounts manager at MTN to pursue her dream of creating a natural hair-care range. She invested in research for the best formulations which she tried out on herself before turning it into a fully fledged brand.

For more info, you can visit the Earthy website or join their online community.

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